“I’m hoping to cut it [again] to around six or seven in May,” Lewis said of his list in January. “I’m going to be adding Notre Dame back into my recruitment list after taking them out of my 12. So that’s one of the biggest things that recently just happened.” Antoine does not have a list at this point. “I’m keeping my options open,” he told me at the USA Basketball event in San Antonio on Saturday. “I still haven’t found that right school yet.” Antoine plans to cut his list to about eight schools soon. “I think I’m going to cut my list before the first [live] session in April,” he said.
2019 @Scott_lewis_23 of @RanneyAthletics hitting the jumper at @usabasketball pic.twitter.com/JKztpXyOcc— Adam Zagoria (@AdamZagoria) March 31, 2018
Villanova and Duke — both of which have had great success recruiting New Jersey guards and wings — are among the schools working hardest for Antoine. As for Villanova, he said their message is, “I can be a leader on the team. I can be the guy that scores the ball.” As for Duke, he said, “They offered another shooting guard but they’re trying to mold the class around me. They’re trying to get the pieces for me to be there if I end up going there.”
St. John’s expected to have home visits with 2019 studs @Scott_lewis_23 and @BryanAntoine_ the weekend of April 14, per source. Other dates reported are incorrect. Duke and Villanova also in the mix for home visits. pic.twitter.com/0YYMNpvOAo— Adam Zagoria (@AdamZagoria) April 4, 2018